People from Limpmpo have given up on the government. Government officials must be smashed of themselves seeing people doing this all by themselves. It is no secret that the economy of this country is not in a good state as a result of the lockdown that has been dragging for a year and mouths now. This lockdown cost millions of people's jobs.
People from Limpompo have lost faith and hope in the South African government. According to the report, this community said they have been waiting for years for the government to fix their roads, but it became crystal clear that they will wait forever, and they decided to pave roads by themselves using their hard-earned money "A community of Limpopo, young and old paves their streets Tsianda Village under the Makhado local community. They said waited in vain for the government to assist in regraveling" Reported Rudzani Tshivhase.People have shared their thoughts on this matter in the comment section. Many people have lost hope in the government "Hope this energy spread all over SA" said a citizen that feels stranded. "But they are going to vote for the same people who cant give them services," said a livid Twitter user.
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